Maury Channel

The Maury Channel (75°41′N 094°30′W / 75.683°N 94.500°W / 75.683; -94.500 (Maury Channel)Coordinates: 75°41′N 094°30′W / 75.683°N 94.500°W / 75.683; -94.500 (Maury Channel)) is a natural waterway through the central Canadian Arctic Archipelago in Qikiqtaaluk Region, Nunavut. It separates Baillie-Hamilton Island (to the north) from Cornwallis Island (to the south). To the west it opens into Queens Channel and to the east into Wellington Channel.

Channels of Nunavut
Kitikmeot Region
  • Goldsmith
  • Humboldt
  • M'Clintock
  • Rasmussen
Qikiqtaaluk Region
  • Austin
  • Belcher
  • Byam
  • Byam Martin
  • Foxe
  • Kennedy
  • Maury
  • Parry
  • Peary
  • Queens
  • Robeson
  • Sverdrup
  • Wellington

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